WATCH: Lloyd Cele and Beyond Vocal debut 'Ungowami' #702Unplugged

It's been an exciting year for singer Lloyd Cele who dropped two new singles on Friday, March 24.

The Idols runner-up released his solo track "Dance With You" and a collaboration with acapella group Beyond Vocal titled "Ungowami".

The musicians debuted their new music and performed a medley of Bob Marley hits as well as a fresh rendition of Cele's track "Thando".

Cele sang the praises of Beyond Vocal and spoke about their bond and the power of music to break barriers.

There's a synergy that's involved. A chemistry. I hope people listen with their hearts.

Lloyd Cele

He says that the artists are working on an album and hope to unite people through their tunes.

WATCH: Lloyd Cele and Beyond Vocal debut hit single 'Ungowami' on #702Unplugged

Lloyd Cele's new music is available on iTunes.


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